Date: Saturday 29 October 2016 from 08:45 to 15:45 (CME/CEC 6.0 hours)
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Registration fee includes continental breakfast, lunch and coffee breaks. Register before September 29th to receive the discounted early fee.
·         Technologists – Early: $95 Regular: $105
·         Residents & Students – Early: $90  Regular: $100
·         Physicians & Other Health Professionals – Early: $175 Regular: $210

Presented by:  Queen’s University and Kingston General Hospital in partnership with the Canadian Sleep Society
Venue: Donald Gordon Centre, 421 Union St., Kingston, ON

The goal of this CME is to provide a participant-centered and case-based learning program to review neurological and sleep disorders where unusual behaviours are a key presenting symptom. Objectives:
1. Outline clinical considerations and diagnostic procedures in the diagnosis of parasomnia disorder, sleep-related movement disorders and narcolepsy.
2. Describe how sleep-related paroxysmal events of epileptic origin may be differentiated from those of non-epileptic origin.
3. Using the example of REM sleep behavior disorder (RBD) and Parkinson’s Disease, the use of polysomnography as an early marker of neurodegeneration will be discussed.
4. Review case studies with unusual behaviours identified during EEG or polysomnography (PSG).
5.  Discuss the use, and usefulness, of novel off-the-shelf technology for assessing sleep.

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